Fans shocked by Margot Robbie's reaction to smelling Jacob Elordi's Saltburn bathwater candle
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Margot Robbie stunned viewers with her reaction when she was able to get a whiff of a candle that smells like 'Jacob Elordi's bathwater'.
Did you even know such a scent existed?
The scented candle has been inspired by a scene in the movie which - in case you couldn't guess - features Elordi in a bath.
But this isn't just the scent of bubble bath mixed with a bit of sweat.
In the film, Elordi's character, Felix, actually gives himself a little self-love while enjoying a bath, introducing a whole new substance to the environment if you get my drift.
Things then take a shocking turn just moments later when the character of Oliver (played by Barry Keoghan) decides to take a big old slurp of that very same bath water.
Feeling queasy? Me too, but that hasn't stopped people from trying to capitalize on the scene with the creation of the candle, which is for sale online.
I've no idea exactly how many of these candles have sold, but I know there must be at least one customer because Entertainment Tonight presented one of the candles to Barbie stars Robbie and America Ferrera during an interview at the Golden Globes last night (January 7).
And Robbie, who worked as a producer on Saltburn, didn't hesitate to sniff the candle when it was presented to her.
"I haven't even seen it yet, that is amazing," she said before sniffing the product.
"Mm, smells just like Jacob Elordi's bathwater," she continued, adding: "So accurate."
Robbie's undeniable enthusiasm over the candle has left viewers baffled - with many questioning why she's so confident over exactly what the product smells like.
"How [does] she know," one X user asked, while another wrote: "No [because] how do [you know] that."
Unfortunately, Robbie didn't elaborate on exactly how she knew how accurate the candle was, leaving viewers to connect the dots for themselves.
The product obviously has Robbie's seal of approval though, so if you want to find out for yourself what Jacob Elordi's bathwater smells like then you can do so on Etsy or Amazon for around $30 or $40 dollars.
It's a lot to pay for a candle, but as a description for the product points out: "There’s nothing quite like the smell of a quality candle, particularly when that smell is inspired by Jacob Elordi."